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highways around san francisco and sacramento. also, slick from seattle to helena. then, roads will be wet, at times, from d.c. down to the gulf coast. >> if you are flying today, weather-related airport delays are possible in san francisco and new orleans. >>> and turning back to the news, now. police here in new york do have a suspect in custody, now, in a subway pushing death that is getting attention around the country. >> investigators say the man they're questioning has now implicated himself in the monday attack. a subway rider was tossed on to the tracks in midtown manhattan and tried desperately to crime to safety. but was struck by a train as a horrified crowd looked on. and "the new york post" has sparked outrage by publishing this front page photo, showing the victim on the tracks just seconds from death. you can see the caption there. freelance photographer, umar abbasi, said he was firing the flash on his camera just to try to get the conductor's attention to slow down. he was not aiming to get a picture of the man on the tracks. >> i started running towards the train. my arm
are possible in miami, san francisco and l.a. >>> and a brief look, again, at our top story. police say they have a tentative i.d. on the gunman who shot up a shopping mall just outside portland, oregon. >> but authorities are not releasing the name of the masked man who opened fire in the sprawling clackamas town center, killing two people before shooting and killing himself. witnesses report he said that, i'm the shooter, before he started firing. of course, we'll have much more coming up on "gma." >>> the nypd has released surveillance tape of that cold-blooded murder in midtown manhattan. the camera shows a man walking up behind brandon woodard, and pulling a pistol out of his pocket. in the next instant, the 31-year-old law student from california, was shot dead. the killer slipped into a waiting car and sped away. he's the subject of an sense manhunt. >>> george zimmerman must wear his bracelet on his ankle. he must stay in the county until his trial starts. he is charged with killing unarmed teenager, trayvon martin. >>> prosecutors want to get tough on lindsay lohan. they're ask
are possible in chicago, detroit, d.c., philly, new york, boston and san francisco. >> there are airport delays everywhere. say that. >>> now, to the breaking news overnight from chicago. one of those bank robbers who made an amazing escape from jail has been recaptured. >> here we go. joseph banks, along with kenneth conley, managed to squeeze out through a tiny, tiny space and scale down 20 stories, using bedsheets. the escape went unnoticed for hours, with surveillance video from a nearby street showing the two no longer wearing those orange jail-issued jumpsuits. hopped into a cab. banks was found still in the chicago area. we'll have more on "good morning america." >>> bernard madoff's younger brother, peter, has been sentenced to ten years for his involvement in the million billion dollar ponzi scheme. he claims he did not know about the fraud until his brother told him. a new judge in new york said she had a hard time believing that. >>> and it's a special holiday for one south florida family after a daring rescue. a police officer's dash cam caught the drama after the car crashed into a
snow in the pacific northwest. >> meanwhile, 40s from seattle to san francisco. 20s from the twin cities right down to kansas city. and 30s for much of the midwest and the northeast. >>> coming up next, built for the road ahead. ford makes a major investment in creating jobs. >>> and also ahead, the surprising impact the fiscal cliff will have on a staple of the american diet. >>> also, later, it is back to the sidelines for an nfl coach whose medical battle has inspired his team and his community. we're going to hear from colts' coach chuck pagano, about his fight with cancer. stay with us. >>> welcome back. you could call it the dairy cliff. there could be some serious sticker shock starting new year's day. you heard wendy mention a little bit about this moments ago. here's more information. the price of milk could double, hitting as much as $8 a gallon, if congress does not take action on the new farm bill. without the bill, the 1949 law would kick in. and that would force the government to pay dairy farmers much higher prices for their milk, pushing costs up all across the boa
and indianapolis. and roadways will be wet from san francisco to seattle. >> meanwhile, if you're flying, airport delays are possible in atlanta, charlotte, d.c., philly, new york, boston and detroit. >>> and time, now, for sports. and a big christmas in the nba. >> we get all the highlights, now, from espn. >> good morning. i'm doug kezirian with your espn "sportscenter" update. five games on christmas day, including a rematch of last year's nba final. lebron james and the heat, hosting the oklahoma city thunder. fourth quarter action. dwyane wade to the rack. throws it down. defending champs up four. the 1-point game inside of 30 seconds. lebron, such great vision. finds chris bosh. miami up three. other end, kevin durant, three-time nba leading scorer. misses. okc with the offensive rebound. russell westbrook misses. looks like he was fouled. no call. he's upset. and the heat win the rematch of the finals. >>> elsewhere, kobe and the lakers, hosting the knicks. kobe and carmelo put on a show and delivered on christmas like santa claus. in transition, anthony sticks the three. later, melo finis
a rain/snow mix for the even commute before it turns all winter rain. wet from san francisco all the way to seattle. >> it is extremely cold in the middle of the nation. dallas is 38 degrees instead of the usual 55. minneapolis doesn't even get out of the teens. in the meantime, honolulu and miami, you're in the 80s. but there could be rain in both of those cities. chicago, detroit and indianapolis are in the 30s. >>> to our other top story this morning. president obama is cutting his vacation short and heading back to the white house. >> he's hoping to make a last-ditch compromise with lawmakers to try to avoid that fiscal cliff. reena ninan is traveling with the president. she joins us from honolulu, hawaii. reena, has there been any movement to reach a compromise here? >> reporter: it doesn't seem like the president has reached out to either side over the christmas break. no movement moving forward on the fiscal cliff talks. the focus will shift to the senate. they have to try to craft something together that will pass the house and the senate. the burden is now on them to try to stri
sailing likely to stay that way as it is a holiday monday. >>> developing news in san francisco, two were men -- two were taken to the hospital after a fire erupted in a home. amy hollyfield is live at the scene. >> reporter: the arson investigator jut came out of the house after her initial sweep and said it doesn't look like this was a meth lab, she find no evidence of that. she was looking
. >> reporter: this is a storm that slammed the west coast from washington all the way down to the san francisco bay area. and this, take a look at it, one of the hardest hit regions, vineyards all over napa valley under water right now. >> a much dryer day is on tap across northern california, but just after midnight, get this, a fourth storm moving in with even more heavy rain. >> no rest for the weary there. >>> also, a major storm overseas is causing a mess of epic proportions on some roads in russia. early season snow all but shut down one of the main routes between moscow and st. petersburg over the weekend. some eyewitnesses said the traffic jam stretched nearly 125 miles, trapping some people for two days. >>> and a developing story overnight from japan. investigators say a rusted bolt may have led to a deadly tunnel collapse. nine people died when concrete panels on the ceiling of the tunnel came crashing down. the missing bolt had held those panels in place. now, there's an emergency inspection of dozens of similar tunnels all across japan. >>> and back here in the u.s., a town in nort
dead truth today. protesters expected -- expected to strip on the final vote on a ban on nudity in san francisco. >>> we'll look at live doppler 7 hd and show you where the rain is for your>> 31 bucks a w. >>> looking at today's weather. a mild day in the northeast. showers and thunderstorms from cleveland down to new orleans and houston. up to a foot of snow in the northwest. >>> and finally, it's been less than 24 hours since kate middleton's pregnancy was announced. and it's already set off a stampede of speculation. >> of course. the royal family has centuries of tradition to follow here. but as abc's nick watt reports, this 21st century mother-to-be, is likely to put her own spin on a very modern family. >> reporter: kate's already broken one rule. royal brides are supposed to be pregnant within a year of the wedding. the role of a princess mum is not easy. diana tried to tear up the rule book. william, the first heir to the throne ever born in a hospital, not a palace. diana, the first royal mum to dare complain of morning sickness. and also, to fall asleep in public when her pre
at a california university. police search for an armed suspect. >>> san francisco police sergeant is in hot water for this video of a driver raising through the broadway tunnel >>> good morning. chilly start, frost inland, several chances of rain.a. and vegas. show in the sierra nevada and rockies. and light rain in the southwest. >>> it took a once in a century storm and a once in a century date to bring together a once in a lifetime group of artists for a new york concert seen literally around the world. >> key word, once. six weeks after hurricane sandy, 12-12-12 turned into a six-hour epic. >> reporter: on the outside, music fans were still hoping to score seats to the concert. >> i'm trying to get a ticket. bruce, if you're watching. >> reporter: on the inside, bruce springsteen, the boss, and his e. street band, kicked things off. rocking madison square garden, as the 12-12-12 concert for sandy relief got under way. ♪ >> reporter: it is a star-studded show. raising money for residents of the tristate area, still suffering after the storm. >> the damage from sandy was as much as $70 billio
is looking for an unreleased movie, snatched from a car in san francisco last month. the unnamed movie was on a computer hard drive. two suspects were arrested after surveillance video showed them breaking into a number of cars. police recovered other stolen electronic devices. but the hard drive may have been sold. and the movie, erased. >>> well, guess what. donald trump just got even richer. trump won a $5 million defamation suit against the former miss pennsylvania. he sued sheena monnin after she posted on facebook that the miss usa pageant was rigged. monnin said there was a list of top winners before they were announced. but a new york judge ruled her statement was false. >>> now, on to sports and some controversy. the dallas cowboys are trying to put that to rest. neither the team nor the nfl were aware that josh brent was planning to be on the sidelines during last sunday's game. the cowboys were honoring jerry brown, who died in a car accident. brent was the driver and is now charged with intoxicated manslaughter. the cowboys say his presence on the sideline was inappropriate
. east bay valleys 29 concord, 32 livermore. 38 san jose. 44 in san francisco, redwood city 33 frost forming in your outlying areas. rain in the north bay this afternoon temperature around 50 along the coast for the bay 50 to 54 inland 50 to 53° with rain on the way after the sunk sets. >>> kind of quiet. a couple of issues golden gate bridge northbound down to one lane due to roadwork. southbound two lanes that roadwork on the northern part of the span traffic veryuä light. north 880 injury accident at stevenson blocking the left lane not showing major slow downs they hope to get that cleared. roadwork northbound 880 hesperian into washington. >>> with the bay area waking up to the big chill, some may get a frosty welcome as they get ready for work. terry mcsweeney is in novato. >> reporter: we go up here to petaluma we are heading north. they want us to be as cold as possible all morning long so we made it to petaluma and washington street talking to some people, talked to a woman named debbie she says the hottest item at the safeway now is soup. something to think about. not a b
in a chimney in san francisco. join us com and videos taken from his home will reveal the motive. >>> finally this morning, an outpouring of grief and support in the face of senseless violence. >> the people of newtown, connecticut, have banded together since the shooting and other americans are so moved by the tragedy, they're finding their own way to lend a hand. once again, here's abc's lara spencer. ♪ >> reporter: on a cold, crisp, new england night, residents gathered at makeshift memorials all over town, trying to make sense of the impossible. >> i'm just waiting to wake up from this nightmare. >> reporter: they were joined by hundreds of strangers who traveled far and wide trying to help. why did you need to be here? >> i'm a mother. i'm a mother. >> reporter: a mother from new york city. a chaplain from north carolina. how important is it to give back to this community? >> i have grandsons exactly the same age of the victims. my heart was -- i just was moved. >> reporter: this fire house is now the site of 26 christmas trees, one for each soul taken at sandy hook school. each one do
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